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My SD card reads card blocked in the cam and write protected on my computer. what can i do ???

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Hi,
To remove write protection see the below video
http://www.youtube.com/watch#!v=Be_aHSlDFCU&feature=related
Thank You

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Mini SD cards, or MicroSD cards, are used in digital cameras and portable media players to house digital media files.

MicroSD cards can house anything from 2GB to 32GB of information.
A write-protection feature gives the owner the ability to lock the MicroSD card to keep their files secure.

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Plug the card reader into any open USB port on the computer.
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Secure Digital (SD) flash memory cards are a common storage format for mobile devices.
By default, they allow both reading from and writing to the card.
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Some cards are created as read-only by default.
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